Céline Dion Is Giving A Performance To Honour 'Nurse Heroes' & You Can Watch Live

The Queen joins a star-studded list of performers.
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Céline Dion Is Giving A Performance At 'Nurse Heroes Live' & You Can Watch Live

Canada's Queen of Pop, Céline Dion is appearing at a star-studded online concert and will sing to honour front-line nurses who are fighting against COVID-19. "Nurse Heroes Live" will see all kinds of celebrities joining forces on U.S. Thanksgiving Day for one of the biggest benefit concerts in recent memory. 

You can watch the concert online and feel the power of love in honour of hard-working nurses around the world.

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Céline first spoke out against COVID-19 and shared a heartfelt thanks to her fans around the world, especially those who are fighting the pandemic in April. 

"These people have families and loved ones who they're worried about but they still go out to work to save us — to serve us. We cannot thank all of you enough," she said in an Instagram video. 

This isn't the first pandemic-related benefit concert she's participated in this year.

This spring, Céline wowed fans at the "One World: Together At Home" benefit show hosted by Global Citizen and the World Health Organization.

"Nurse Heroes Live" will also feature a special appearance by Oprah Winfrey, and performances by the Black Eyed Peas, Stevie Wonder, Josh Groban, and more. 

The concert is taking place on November 26, 2020, and will be streamed live on YouTube and Facebook

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